Paying those who take your data hostage only makes the ransomware problem worse, says Kaspersky.
China has raised concerns over internet censorship after warning news organisations not to fabricate false news or use social media as a source without careful verification.
The country's internet regulatory arm announces that developers must add real-name registration and save activity logs for users.
Fighting Rule 34 may seem futile, but Blizzard has a good reason for trying to stop X-rated fan interpretations of its multiplayer first-person shooter.
Chance the Rapper's Apple Music-exclusive "Coloring Book" is set to make its historic debut on the Billboard 200 chart on Tuesday.
In the latest case of law enforcement taking on smartphone security, cops have hacked an iPhone crucial to the trial of "The Shield" star Michael Jace.
Law enforcement officials used a previously unknown software flaw discovered by paid hackers to crack the phone, sources tell the Washington Post.
The Department of Justice wants Apple to pull data off an iPhone 5S used by a drug dealer.
A third-party tool unlocked the iPhone 5C tied to one of the San Bernardino terrorists, but its skills apparently end there.
The home-sharing site says it's acting on an earlier promise to keep "unwelcome commercial operators" from using the site in violation of law in its home town.